Kiwanis is bringing fresh urgency to its fight for the development of healthy young brains. Story by Tony Knoderer Since 1994, Kiwanis International has been fighting iodine deficiency disorders (IDD), the world’s leading cause of preventable intellectual disabilities. A lot has happened in all those years — including the raising and leveraging of more than... Continue Reading →
A scholarship from his local Kiwanis club made college possible. Fifty years later, he returned the favor.
Three women from Georgia step up to lead the Kiwanis family this year. Story by Vicki Hermansen Georgia became a state in 1788, making it the fourth in the United States. Its state flower is the Cherokee rose, and the state bird is the brown thrasher. The state was named after King George II, who... Continue Reading →